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This handbook is designed for a generalized business writing course that seeks to meet the needs of a variety of student majors and career interests. In it you will find: descriptions and discussions of common genres, both routine and formal, print and electronic, and in-class activities and sample assignments. You will also find commentary on how to adapt the writing process to the rhetorical constraints of a workplace as well as how to think about, conduct, and use research outside an academic setting. Throughout you will note a persistent emphasis on audience awareness and direct style
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writing, workplace genres, webwriting, public audience, research, analysis, rhetorical context
Business and Corporate Communications | Communication | Higher Education | Other Education
Goins, Anna; Rauh, Cheryl; Tarner, Danielle; and Von Holten, Daniel, "Workplace Writing: A Handbook for Common Workplace Genres and Professional Writing" (2016). NPP eBooks. 8.
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